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We talk a lot about trends here at Who What Wear, but today we recognize that not every style movement is right for everyone. Every season we try to take stock of our own closets and decide what it is worth retiring and what it is worth adding to our closets in the name of reducing. To continue this conversation, we approached our resident style expert, Susan Feldman, who recently ran an exam of her closet.
Today she shares what things she is retiring (forever or for now) and which items she currently feels most satisfied with. Feldman is the founder of One King & # 39; s Lane and In the Groove, a style goal in which Feldman shares her age-old outfits and shopping tips. Whether you're here to be inspired by fashion for older women or just curious to find out what items Feldman prohibits and keeps, keep reading from time to time if you tend to find items that they loves most nowadays.
"I know that every It girl has worn and / or covered these big, over-the-top chunky designer sneakers from houses like Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton and Gucci. Although I know that they are very comfortable, I just couldn't wrap them Head around this one. I love sneakers but I just need something on the mild side. "
"I've always been a fan of vintage denim, but I jump on that train very quickly. I love the color and feel of vintage and even vintage inspired jeans. They all feel that they look great (hello Non-stretch denim!) And you feel good too. "
"I've always loved leopards. In fact, I've never met a leopard print that I didn't like. Personally, I think it's neutral rather than a pattern, but after the last seasons when everyone was so leopard crazy, I need a break It was just a bit too much, and although I'm sure I'll be back in a year or two, I'm going to offer the leopard a revival for now. "
"I remember wearing a fanny pack a long time ago and I didn't think I would accept it again. But this is a good reminder to never say never because I love the fanny pack trend. Or they will called belt pouches now? Either way, they look super chic and it forces me to only wear what I need. I have to say not carrying a bag on my shoulder feels liberating. "
"It's funny, I was wearing overalls before it was a real" trend ". Although I love how simple and chic they are, overalls are too good for me in this case. None in the near future Overalls more. ""
"I can't get enough of the layered necklace look. I love to mix my old favorites with new finds and feel like I have a completely fresh look. This also allows me to put my creative side into jewelry styling let it flow in. Usually it's me. " Living from less is more, but this is the only time when more is really more. "
Next, the six styles my mother, grandma, and I all share.